Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) is seeking adjunct faculty to teach in their Information Technology programs. CCAC plays a critical role in the area’s IT workforce development, academic studies, and entry-level careers. Having a knowledgeable and experienced adjunct teaching staff to facilitate this subject matter is essential.
Courses and programs of study include specialized courses involved with:
- Operating Systems
- Data Analytics
- Multimedia and Game Design
A complete list of course and program descriptions can be found in the CCAC Catalog. Courses are offered in various formats:
- Day and evening on-ground (synchronous) with some classes requiring students to participate asynchronously through online work (hybrid class)
- Day and evening (synchronous, online using Zoom) with some classes requiring students to participate asynchronously through online work (hybrid class)
- Online classes (asynchronous) using Blackboard
CIT and Data Analytics adjunct faculty must hold a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information/Data Science, or Cybersecurity OR a master’s degree in any field with at least 18 graduate hours in a related technology field. Multimedia adjunct faculty must hold a bachelor’s degree in multimedia or related field with knowledge and experience in multimedia and computer graphics software. In addition, required background clearances be current and on-file.
If you are interested in teaching a course during the spring 2022 semester or beyond, please consider this opportunity by applying online at http://www.ccac.edu. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Prof. Walt Pauli at email@example.com.